Pastor Vaughn Debunks The Lie of ''THE UNPARDONABLE SIN''

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Contrary to what you have been taugth - there is NO UNPARDONABLE SIN - it is the imagination of man.

Chapters: 00:00:00 - The Unpardonable Sin
00:00:47 - Examining the Unpardonable Sin
00:01:07 - The Unpardonable Sin in the Holy Bible
00:01:29 - Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
00:01:50 - Forgiveness for the Sin
00:02:11 - Forgiveness for speaking against Jesus Christ or Yahshua Hamashiach
00:02:34 - Speaking against the Holy Spirit
00:02:56 - The Focus on Christ Jesus
00:03:18 - The Holy Spirit and Yahweh 00:03:45 - Leading to the Holy Spirit
00:04:16 - The Pharisees' actions
00:04:38 - The Ministry's Purpose
00:05:07 - Recognizing Yahweh at Work
00:05:34 - The Unforgivable Sin
00:05:54 - The Misunderstanding
00:06:20 - Transition from one age to the next
00:06:48 - The Transition to the Aquarius Age
00:07:14 - The Age to Come
00:07:39 - The Millennial Reign in the Bible
00:08:04 - Dividing Ages into Days
00:08:33 - Exclusion from the Kingdom of God
00:09:05 - The Great First Resurrection and the Loss of Place
00:09:31 - The Millennial Reign and the Feast of Israel
00:09:54 - The Beginning of Eternity and the Second Resurrection
00:10:21 - The Eighth Day and the Last Great Day
00:10:51 - The Unpardonable Sin
00:11:11 - Thank you for watching!

The concept of the unpardonable sin has been widely misunderstood and misrepresented. The term "unpardonable sin" does not appear in the Bible. The belief in the unpardonable sin has been passed down through generations, but it is based on inherited lies, according to the Book of Jeremiah. To understand the unpardonable sin, it is necessary to read about it in the Holy Bible, specifically in Matthew
12:32. The traditional understanding of the unpardonable sin is that it is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, resulting in eternal damnation. This belief has tormented many Christians who fear that they have committed this sin and will be condemned to the Lake of Fire.

However, according to Matthew
12:32, speaking against Jesus Christ can be forgiven, while speaking against the Holy Spirit cannot be forgiven. Jesus came to point humanity to his father, the Holy Spirit, and his entire ministry was focused on leading people to the Holy Spirit. The belief in the unpardonable sin should not cause Christians to turn away from the Lord, as forgiveness is still possible for those who have spoken against Jesus but not against the Holy Spirit. Misunderstanding of Forgiveness and the Ages in Biblical Context The Pharisees mocked Yahshua, thinking they were making fun of him, but he clarified that his ministry was not about himself but about the one who sent him. Yahshua explained that attacking him was actually attacking the one he represents and cautioned against calling what is Holy Unholy, implying that it carries consequences.

The consequences of failing to recognize Yahweh at work in Yahshua and mocking it would result in not being forgiven, but there is an end date or a deadline to that punishment. Understanding forgiveness requires knowledge of the ages, which are transitions between epochs of time that occur every 2,000 years since the dawn of creation. Yahshua came to Earth during the Piscean age, and the current transition is into the Aquarius age. Yahshua mentioned that those who blaspheme the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven in this age or the age to come. The age to come refers to the last age within the confines of time, which lasts for 1,000 years and is known as the seventh day, the seven thousandth year, the kingdom of God, or the millennial Reign. It is essential to understand this coming age and its purpose to fully comprehend the Bible.

Yahweh created and restored the Heaven and Earth in six days, which can be divided into three ages: two thousand years from Adam to Abraham, two thousand years from Abraham to Yahshua, and two thousand years from Yahshua to the end of the current age. Blaspheming the Holy Spirit in this age would lead to not being forgiven upon death.

The first resurrection grants immortality in a specific age, and those who do not partake will not be part of the Kingdom of God on Earth. Forgiveness is not granted in this age or the next stage for those who have committed the unpardonable sin and will not be alive in the next age. Those who blaspheme the Holy Spirit, such as the Pharisees, lose their place in the Kingdom of God and will not be overcomers or part of Remnant Israel in the next age (millennial Reign).

Keeping the Feast of Israel signifies that the end of the age is not the end of the story, as there will be an entire new age known as eternity. The beginning of eternity will introduce a second resurrection, which is where the story becomes particularly exciting. More information on the subject can be found on the website by searching for "The Eighth Day" or "The Last Great Day." The unpardonable sin will eventually be forgiven, but that forgiveness will occur at the beginning of another age, specifically the Feast of the last great day.